Starting June 24, guests visiting the Disneyland Resort will no longer need a reservation to get into Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, which just opened on May 31.
Before you go, here are some tips that will help make planning your trip to Black Spire Outpost easier:
Starting June 24, guests wanting to visit Galaxy’s Edge can utilize a virtual queueing system, as needed, on the Disneyland app. Guests are encouraged to download the app before arriving and checking the app to find out if they need to join a boarding group to visit the new land. The boarding group will save you a virtual spot in line so you can enjoy everything else the park has to offer until it is your time to enter.
All you have to do is link the theme park tickets of everyone in your party together on the app to request the same boarding group for your entire party. To see which boarding group is currently being admitted into the land, check the app or digital signs in the park.
Be sure to turn on push notifications for the app, as it will notify you when it’s your group’s time to enter the land. You can also occasionally check the Disneyland app and digital signs in the park. You have up to two hours to enter the land after your boarding group is called for admission, so no need to rush over.
For guests who don’t use the Disneyland app, you can join a boarding group with your park ticket at select Disney FastPass service locations like The Haunted Mansion, Indiana Jones Adventure, Splash Mountain, Space Mountain, or near the Matterhorn Bobsleds.
Reservations for Savi’s Workshop and Oga’s Cantina
Although you won’t need a reservation to get into the land anymore, you will need a reservation to visit Savi’s Workshop and Oga’s Cantina. Guests wanting to book a reservation can do so on the same day of their visit, starting at 7 a.m. with a valid credit card.
Reservations for both experiences will allow access into Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at the time of the reservation, so you don’t have to join a boarding group (if they’re needed at that time) to enter the land.
Check out this handy diagram from the Disney Parks Blog that explains how the boarding group and reservation system works below: